The Illustrated War News, Part 21, December 30th 1914

R iVETJ'S, DEC. 30,1914.-11 i Players Navy Cut Tobacco and Cigarettes FOR THE TROOPS. From all quarters we hear the same simple request: “SEND US TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES” TROOPS AT HOME (Duty Paid) It would be well if those wishing to send Tobacco or Cigarettes to our soldiers would remember those instill Great Britain. There are thousands o f Regulars and Territorials awaiting orders and in sending a present now you are assured of reaching your man. Supplies maybe obtained from the usual trade sources and we shall be glad to furnish any information on application. TROOPS AT THE FRONT (Duty Free) John Player &Sons, Nottingham ,will (through the Proprietors for Export, The British-Am eriean Tobacco Co., Ltd.) be pleased to arrange for supplies of these world-renowned Brands to be forwarded to the Front at Duty Free Rates. JOHN PLAYER &SONS, Castle Tobacco Factory, Nottingham. ’.438 Branch of The Imperial Tobacco Co. (ofGt. Britain &Ireland), Ltd.
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